Offshore construction vessel christened

Lewek Constellation is an ice-classed, multi-lay offshore construction vessel with ultra-deep water pipe-laying and heavy-lift capabilities

The Lewek Constellation is an ice-classed, multi-lay offshore construction vessel with ultra-deep water pipe-laying and heavy-lift capabilities. 
Initially conceptualised in 2009, its hull was successfully launched in 2012. It measures 178.27m in length, 46.0m in width and is designed to deliver complex projects in water depths exceeding 3,000m.
According to Ezra Holdings, the Lewek Constellation achieves the highest environmental and comfort notations, with an ice-classed hull capable of transiting through 0.8m of ice and a technologically advanced DP3 system.
The vessel has been equipped with an 800-tonne Huisman multi-lay system that is able to support both rigid and non-rigid pipelines, a 3,000-tonne Huisman offshore heavy lift crane, two Schilling workclass remotely operated vehicles (WROVs) and a portable reel system. 

In the coming days, the Lewek Constellation will depart to the Gulf of Mexico to commence work for Noble Energy.
















In a ceremony in Schiedam, the Netherlands, Singapore-based Ezra Holdings Ltd, contractor and provider of integrated offshore solutions to the oil and gas industry, has named the latest addition to its fleet.

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